Strategic Human Resource Management for Talented Employees in Hotel Industry

  • เอิบ พงบุหงอ
  • สิทธิพล วิบูลย์ธนากุล
Keywords: Human resource management strategy, talented employees, hotel industry

Abstract

A qualitative research aimed to study strategic human resource management for talented employees in hotel industry. The researcher interviewed managers at various human resource management levels in hotels, and found that the leaders in all standard hotels were equipped with talent management policy, many supporting activities, system for developing and retaining human capital for the next-generation leaders,  strategies to develop human resources for the key positions in order to advance their career path, application of oversea corporate culture’s best practice, systematic identification of key positions, strategic human resource development for important positions, the development of the differentiated human resource architecture, and the external labor market recruitment.

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Published
2018-10-11
Section
Research articles